The Tuesday Edition

Just a few of the highlights from the latest show. For a more detailed rundown, click on "Read More" at the bottom of this entry. Or consult the box marked "Latest Audio" at the right-hand side of the webpage.


SYRIAN AMBASSADOR - CANADA. Isolated and under mounting pressure. The Syrian Charg d'Affaires to Canada defends his country's record over eleven months of bloodshed.

HOME FOR COLORED CHILDREN. Broken home. Former residents of the Nova Scotia Home for Colored Children claim they were abused and mistreated at the facility. And now they hope to bring a class action law suit against the home.


NUTRITION NORTH. Food fight. Northern legislators say they've had enough of the federal government's "Nutrition North" program. After only 10 months, they want the program dropped and old food mail program resurrected.

LOWEST NOTE SINGER: The lowest of the low. A listener claims he can sing the elusive Low E note. We put him to the test tonight.


COSMIC PORTAL IN MEXICO. A hundred million dollars in buried silver versus the universe. A Canadian mining company faces off against an indigenous tribe in Mexico that says the company is planning to dig up the birthplace of the sun.

MUSICAL GLOVES. Nothing tugs on the heart strings like a really good glove song. A performance from one of the UBC scientists who've developed a pair of singing gloves.

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